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td ameritrade. ♪ unfortunately the death toll has gone up. we're at 22. >> nearly two dozen killed in an outbreak of tornadoes in alabama. the senate has the votes to block the president's national emergency declaration, but is it enough to override a promised veto. it is very clear it is obstruction of justice. >> house democrats requesting documents from more than 60 people including the president's son and financial gates keeper from the trump family business. and a decade
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jackson's death, new and disturbing firsthand stories of sexual abuse and the coverup. good morning. welcome to "early start." >> monday, march 4, it is 4:00 a.m. in the east. 3:00 a.m. in hard hit alabama. ma that is where we began begin. a series of tornadoes ripped across alabama and georgia. at least 12 of the deaths occurred in one area. here is the local fire chief. >> homes are completely gone. family members are still missing. we're searching. we are asking people to stay out of the area. >> the sheriff says someone -- it looks like someone just took a blade and skracraped the grou.
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>> just looks like tooth picks broke all through there. this came on so quick and changed so many lives. i mean, it is really sickening to watch. >> the number of deaths in this single tornado outbreak sur passing the toll from all the twisters in the u.s. last year. let's go live to caylee. >> reporter: if we could drive just a quarter mile behind me, we would get to ground zero of the damage, but police won't allow that. we saw the death toll rise overnight to 23 people, that includes children. lee county received something ever a one-two punch yesterday afternoon. they were under a tornado watch, but the first warning came at 1:58 and the first reports of
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damage came at 2:03. that means for some, it was about five minutes of lead time and less than an hour later, a second tornado hit the area. alabama's governor kay ivey has extended the statewide state of emergency that she first put into action a week ago because of flooding. this day will bring with it new challenges. here is how from sheriff jay jones. >> we're going to organize search in the morning, we'll have different agencies coming in, we're having personnel from all over the state and our partners in georgia, we'll organize search areas in quadrants and get started a more sbhe intensive search in morning. >> reporter: national weather service birmingham will send three teams to assess different areas nearby where we are hoping that will give us a better
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picture of the horror of the damage of this tornado. but as we all began to realize yesterday how devastating it was, president trump tweeted asking the people in alabama to be careful and safe. dave, christine. >> thank you so much for that. devastating night there. at this hour more than 80 million people under winter weather alerts from colorado to maine. take a look at this avalanche sunday on copper mountain in colorado. some vehicles had to be dug out, but no reports of injuries. the avalanche did close part of interstate 70. the system dumped plenty of snow on the central plains, it is bringing rain, snow or a wintry mix to the northeast this morning. schools in new york city, boston closed today. expect flight delays as well. pedram javaheri is joining us live. how much is on the way? >> it is beginning to taper off
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across parts of the northeast. so boston points north and east of that region, the system gradually going to pull away. so we are at the tail end of this storm system. and of course his atoric one in the south. but notice across boston and points northward going to expire over the next couple of hours. 500 plus flights have been canceled, over 200 delayed. the vast majority of these out of new york. about 400 of the 500 cancellations out of these four airports, so really speaks to the significance of the storm for parts of the northeast. by 7:00, 8:00 a.m., we'll begin to see the snowflake taper off. so expected totals with this system out of boston, somewhere between 8 and 12 inches when it is all said and done. notice so far this season about 16 inches had come down across
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boston, and the other part is the blustery weather you'll feel with all of this in place and you factor in how cold it is, feels like almost 30 below zero. and the northeast closer to 20 or so by this afternoon. but we're talking about the temps running about 30 degrees below average. chicago should be about 45 for this time of year and 14 is the best they can do. and it has been incredibly cold this winter. minneapolis only 8 degrees january to february versus an early march temperature. so the pattern very cold across the upper midwest. >> so we'll enjoy another day home with the kids out east. the senate appears to have enough votes to block the national emergency. rand paul says he plans to vote for the democratic resolution.
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he says he shares the view that we need better border security but does not support the use of emergency powers. >> in an op-ed, he writes every republican i know decried president obama's use of executive pours to legislate. the only way to be an honest office hold every is to stand up for the same principles. three others are also planning to vote to block the emergency declaration. >> not clear gasoliwhen the sen plans to vote. it has to happen in the next two weeks. they would need two thirds majority in both chambers, and that is are considered highly unlikely. committee chairman jerry nadler expected to formally request documents today from more than 60 individuals. >> from the white house to the
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department of justice, donald trump jr., allen weisselberg, to begin the investigations to present the case to the american people when obstruction of justice. it is very clear that the president obstructed justice. >> allen weisselberg is chief financial officer, thought to have detailed knowledge of trump's tax situation. his name came up repeatedly in michael cohen's testimony last week. congressman nadler says the list will also likely include john kelly and don mcgahn. president trump had a tweetstorm that sounded nix ownian, declaring i'm an innocent man being percent dutiesed by very bad conflicted and corrupt people. the president spoke for more than two hours to the annual gathering of conservatives the
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cp cpac. >> it began with a literal, you see it there, embrace of the american flag and then he launched into the russia witch hunt, jeff sessions, crooked hillary and more. >> you put the wrong people in a couple of positions and they leave people for a long time that sthoontd be there and all of a sudden they are trying to take you out with [ bleep ]. okay? just [ bleep ]. the attorney general says i'm going to recuse myself. and i said why the hell didn't he tell me that before i put him in. if you tell a joke, if you are sarcastic, if you're having fun with the audience, if you're on live situation with millions of people and 25,000 people in an arena, and if you say something like russia, please, if you can get us hillary clinton's e-mails, please russia, please,
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please get us the e-mails. please. >> that of course was met with a chant of lock her up. >> that's right. lock her up, still going with that one. the president siding with kim jung-un on the death of otto warmbier, it is not the first time he has sided with an automataut autocrat over his own advisers.
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john bolton struggling to explain the president's decision to believe north korea's kim jung-un over the death of american student otto warmbier. friday warmbier's family released a statement saying kim and his evil regime are responsible for our son's death. no excuses or lavish praise can change that. bolton was asked why this
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president has a pattern of defending auto krats. >> why does the president trust pew toe and mbs and kim over u.s. intelligence. >> i don't think that he what he a saying. if you take the case of khashoggi, he and others have said we want from saudi arabia a complete top to bottom pl explanation of what happened. >> it's been months and you haven't gotten it and the senate has been calling for stricteryo opposing it. >> fundamentally in the case of all three of those countries, we have to pursue american national interests. >> meantime the president now blaming house democrats for his failure to strike a deal at the summit with kim jung-un. he says the scheduling of testimony from his former lawyer michael cohen opposite the summit maid have 2ribcontribute the walk.
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>> the "wall street journal" is reporting that china is offering to lower tariffs on u.s. farm, auto and other products citing people familiar with the situation. as part of the deal washington is are considering removing most of the tariffs placed against chai niz prop chinese projects. he had asked to r to remove tar all products. and china is pledging to speed up the time table for removing foreign owner limitations and reducing tariffs on imported vehicles to below the current auto tariff of 15% as part of this deal. and new this morning, a spokesman for the chinese government saying we believe that chai/u.s. economic and trade relations are murtually beneficial so we hope that they can step up consultations. they are using what they call a cold war mentality to deal with the issues as a dead end. neither the white house nor the
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chinese government have said when president trump and president xi plan to meet, but a summit could happen around march 27th and they are hoping to hammer out a framework to have something to sign. >> unlike north korea, the work at least has been done ahead of a potential summit. ahead, a georgia college student with no daycare for his baby brings the child to class. what the teacher did to help will warm your heart. ♪ t-mobile will do the math for you. right now, when you join t-mobile, you get two lines of unlimited with two of the latest phones included for just one hundred bucks a month. ever notice how hard it is to clean impossible kitchen and bathroom messes with wipes and spray cleaners?
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jackson's life. he's now the subject of a new hbo documentary leaving never land oig oig. it follows the story of two men who claim jackson sexually molested them when they were children. >> first thing i remember is michael sort of, you know, moving his hands across my legs. we were both clothed in pjs. and then his hands got to my crotch area. he is sort of fondling there. >> and how would were you? >> i was seven years old when this began. >> among the most shocking claims, a secret system of bells jackson used to warn him whadul were approaching. michael allegedly gave them drills to keep them from getting caught. >> he would run drills with me where you'd be in the hotel room
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and he'd pretends like someone was getting in and you had to get dressed as fast as possible without making noise. so not getting caught was a big like just kind of fundamental -- it was very much a secret. and he would tell me that if anybody found out, his life would be over and my life would be over. and that is something that he tells you over and over again. >> part two airs tonight. the michael jackson estate has denied all the allegations and is suing hbo. the estate says we have always turned the other cheek but we can't stand by while this public lynching goes on. hbo says airing the documentary will allow everyone to assess the claims in it for themselves. high praise for a college
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professor after a viral photo showed nathan alexander teaching a class with a student's baby strapped to his chest. turns out the student couldn't find a sitter for his five month old daughter. and didn't want to miss the class, so he took her along. >> the professor offered to hold the minute so he could take notes. alexander says part of his role as an educator is to provide studen opportunities for students. and he deflected the praise to the student. "saturday night live" putting its own spin on the michael cohen hearing. >> any other president, this hearing would be the most humiliating moment of that have lives. but for trump, it is just wednesday. >> i'm here to tell you that mr. trump is a racist.
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wow, thought that would be a bigger reaction. for too many years, i was loyal to a man when i should not have been. now i know how khloe kardashian feels. but now i'm all out of faith. this is how i feel. i'm cold and i'm ashamed and lying naked on the floor. >> you're right that i'm angry. i'm angry that i have to sit here through this two bit flee circus. i'm so angry i couldn't even wear a jacket today. mr. cohen appears to have lost his moral compass. burn. mr. cohen has pled guilty to a smorgasbord of fraudulent activity. >> and then it says at the direction of president. >> it does? oh, damn it. >> jim jordan not doing so well in the snl version there.
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at least 23 people have been killed by a series of tornadoes as it rolls through alabama. and rebuke of the president, there are now enough senate republicans to block president trump's national emergency. poste they have businesses to grow customers to care for lives to get home to they use stamps.com print discounted postage for any letter any package any time right from your computer all the amazing services of the post office only cheaper get our special tv offer a 4-week trial plus postage and a digital scale go to stamps.com/tv and never go to the post office again!
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unfortunately the death toll has gone up. we're at 22. >> nearly two dozen killed in an outbreak of tornadoes in alabama. the senate has the votes to block the president's national emergency declaration, but is it enough to override a promised veto. it is very clear it is obstruction of justice. >> house democrats requesting documents from more than 60 people including the president's son and financial gatekeeper from the trump family business. and a decade after michael
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jackson's death, new and disturbing firsthand stories of sexual abuse and the coverup. a stunning documentary airing last night. welcome back, i'm dave briggs. >> and i'm christine romans. breaking news out of alabama, the death toll there now at 23 after a series of tornados ripped across alabama and georgia. at least 12 of the deaths occurred in one area. about sfif miles south of opelika. here is the local fire chief. >> homes are completely gone. family members are still missing. we're searching. we are asking people to stay out of the area. >> the sheriff says the area looks like someone just took a blade and just scraped the ground.
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>> this howhole area right heres prech pretty much gone. this way over here which was mostly trees looks like tooth picks wrote all through there. this came on so quick and changed so many lives. i mean, it is really sickening to watch. >> the number of deaths in this single tornado outbreak surpassing the toll from all the twisters in the u.s. last year. let's go live to kaylee hartung. she is in opelika. how much warning did people have that this was coming? >> reporter: not a lot. it is stunning to hear that the death toll now up to 23 people. that including children, but it is additionally stunning to hear the details of how quickly this all unfolded. if i could drive just five minutes up this road behind me past this police barricade, we would be what is essentially at ground zero, but they won't allow that, those search and rescue efforts continue through
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the night. as for that lead time, this area was under a tornado watch. but the first warning was issued by the national weather service at 1:58 and it was 2:03 when the first reports of damage came in. that means a lead time of fewer than five minutes for the first people hit by that first tornado. and then less than an hour later, a second toward came through you this area of lee county. as we wait for the sun to come up, we know that another day will bring new challenges for authorities here. here is lee county sheriff jay jackson. >> we're going to organize search in the morning, we'll have different agencies coming in, we're having personnel from all over the state and our partners in georgia, we'll organize search areas in quadrants and get started a more intensive search in morning. cover areas we've already covered and some additional areas as well.
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>> reporter: the national weather service birmingham will be sending three teams to the lee county area and surrounding counties to assess the damage. hopefully that will give us a better idea of the extent of the damage. the governor here in alabama kay ivey, she's already extended the statewide state of emergency that she first issued a little more than a week ago because of flooding. there could be more severe weather in this area too. and as we all began to realize how devastating these tornadoes were to the area, yesterday president trump tweeting late last night that the people of alabama and close by are careful and safe. dave and christine. >> just an awful day and another night and now the sun will come up and a lot of work to do in the morning. thank you so much for that. more than 80 million people are under winter weather alerts from colorado to maine. take a look at this avalanche sunday on copper mountain in colorado. some vehicles had to be dug out,
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but there are no reports of injuries. the avalanche closed part of interstate 70. the radar system dumped plenty of snow on the central plains, it is bringing rain, snow or a win friday mix to the eastern u.s. schools in new york city and boston already closed today. expect flight days as well. pedram javaheri is joining us live from the cnn weather center. what is the damage report? >> it looks like we'll get another couple inches across parts of the northeast. boston believe it or not the single snowiest storm of the season happening here just a couple weeks before spring officially arrives. about a foot of snow, 8 to 12 inches in store for boston. by 8:00 a.m., conditions will begin it taper off. so far this season, about 16 inches. so the season's worth of storm coming down in the matter of a few hours. and here is what is left of the system as it begins to push offshore. a wintry mix across long island
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working areas just to the north there. but winter storm warningsexpi expiring at 10:00 a.m. over 500 flights canceled, about 400 of them out of new york and boston airports. 250 flights also delayed across the northeast. but a couple are more inches for places such as portland and that is about it. blustery weather could lead to some disruptions in the afternoon hours. and conditions will begin to improve, but look at the air mass left mind this, highs today in chicago in march 14 degrees. in minneapolis, about 8. these are running 25 to 30 degrees below average for this time of year. again, a few weeks removed from the spring season. should be into the lower 40s in chicago in places like st. louis should be at 51, and the best we can do, about 23 degrees.
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and the arctic area slated to hit 50 record cold high temperatures by this afternoon. so pretty impressive run evof cd temps. >> spring is right around the corner, but have to get through the last few weeks. thanks for that. the senate appears to have enough votes to block the national emergency for border wall funding. rand paul says he plans to vote for the democratic resolution. he says he shares the view that we need better border security but does not support the use of emergency powers. >> in an op-ed, he writes every republican i know decried president obama's use of executive powers to legislate. the only way to be an honest office holder is to stand up for the same principles.
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susan dole lynn collin, lisa murkowski and thom tillis are also planning to vote the emergency declaration. that sets up the first veto of president trump's presidency. >> not clear when the senate plans to vote. it has to happen in the next two weeks. they would need two thirds majority in both chambers, and that is considered highly unlikely. house judiciary committee accelerating its investigations. committee chairman jerry nadler expected to formally request documents today from more than 60 individuals. >> from the white house to the department of justice, donald trump jr., allen weisselberg, to begin the investigations to present the case to the american people about obstruction of justice. it is very clear that the president obstructed justice. >> allen weisselberg is chief financial officer, thought to
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have detailed knowledge of trump's tax situation. his name came up repeatedly in michael cohen's testimony last week. congressman nadler says the list will also likely include john kelly and don mcgahn. bernie sanders lunchi launching his bbid for the whit house with two raucous rallies. he told supporters that his years in chicagonch launching bid for the white house with two raucous rallies. he told supporters that his years in chicago shaped the world view he is offering voters today. >> whether it is the struggle against corporate greed, against racism, sexism, homophobia, environmental devastation or war and mill a and militarism, real change
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never takes place from the top down, it always takes place from the bottom on up. >> sanders never strayed far from his core message, a single payor health care system. >> sanders and several other top democrats coming together sunday at a unity breakfast in selma, alabama. hillary clinton was there and she came with a warning. >> truth, facts and reason are under assault. and make no mistake, we are living through a full-fledged crisis in our democracy. >> many 2020 hopefuls were in selma to commemorate the anniversary of the bloody sunday civil rights march when protesters were attacked by officers as they attempted to cross the pettus bridge. the president said isis would be driven from its territory by yesterday, that deadline has come and gone. so what is the time frame on the
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ground? cnn is live in eastern syria next.
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good monday morning to you. huawei's chief financial officer is accusing canadian authorities of violating her rights when she was detained last year. she says she was questioned for three hours without being advised of her constitutional l rights. meng wanzhou was arrested in canada at the request of the united states which claim that had she helped you huawei s circumvent sanctions in iran. the u.s. is pressuring allies to limit huawei's participation in 5g network saying it poses a national security threat. and that the behavior of playing up the security risks in chinese products by some u.s. officials
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is interference in economic activities by political means. the u.s. has also indicted meng and huawei on charges of bank fraud and sanctions evagsioneva. they deny the changes. her next court appearance is scheduled for wednesday. president trump surprising u.s. officials and regional allies claiming u.s. backed forces would have 100% of isis forces in syria defeated by sunday, but that deadline came and went and commanders on the ground say there is more work to do. ben wedeman is live in eastern syria with for us. ben, where are we headed? >> reporter: dave, this operation began at 6:00 p.m. friday local time, and it is ongoing. we were very close to the front yesterday and we saw lots of vooair strikes, artillery, and more are tar of the small encampment.
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we understand there are still some civilians who would like to leave, trying to leave, and the u.s. backed syrian democratic forces have maintained one part of the front where they hope those who want to leave can. although most of those leaving at this point are probably the families or people in some other way or another related to isis. now, what we've seen this morning is apache helicopters flying overhead. and i cannot stress how small this piece of territory is, but it appears that the u.s. coalition and their allies on the ground are going very methodically in this operation. it appears trying to avoid civilian causalities even though there aren't too civilians inside. but they are also worried that there may be hostages. it is known that there is one italian hostage that is
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unaccounted for and it is believed he could be inside that little encampment as well. so they are going at it very deliberately and cautiously. dave. >> just before noon in eastern syria. thank you. today is a big day for the opposition movement in venezuela. juan guaido suggesting in online speech that he plans to return home. he said if the regime dares to rid nap us, it will be the last misthat they make. john bolton tweeted that any threat to guaido eye return will be met with a strong and significant response. guaido calling for street protests today and tomorrow in venezuela. he met with leaders in colombia, arrest again sgen he met with leaders in colombia, arrest again sgetin argentina, ecuador to rally more support for his transitional government. after a busy week, elon musk says a new tesla is less than two weeks away. the details in cnn business
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and then his hands got to my crotch area. he is sort of fondling there. >> and how would were you? >> i was seven years old when this began. >> among the most shocking claims, a secret system of bells jackson used to warn him adults were approaching. michael allegedly gave them drills to keep them from getting caught. >> he would run drills with me where you'd be in the hotel room and he'd pretends like someone was getting in and you had to get dressed as fast as possible without making noise. so not getting caught was a big like just kind of fundamental -- it was very much a secret. and he would tell me that if anybody found out, his life
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would be over and my life would be over. and that is something that he tells you over and over again. >> part two airs tonight. the michael jackson estate has denied all the allegations and is suing hbo. the estate says we have always turned the other cheek but we can't stand by while this public lynching goes on. hbo says airing the documentary will allow everyone to assess the claims in it for themselves. ♪ janice freeman who was a contestant on "the voice" in 2017 has died. she was 33 years old. a spokesman says she had an extreme case of floripneumonia blood clot that travelled to her
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heart. she stunned judges with her rendition of radioactive. she was a fan favorite with hin beating cervical cancer and living with lupus. she is survived by her husband, daughter and mother. a man and his dog rescued after spending five days stuck in his car in the snow. they were found by a snowmobiler on friday about 180 miles south of portland. taylor says his toyota 4 runner became stuck in the snow and when he woke up the next day, he was buried even worse. he tried to walk away from the vehicle but had to turn back. taylor posted thanks on facebook to his rescuers and to taco bell. he says they survived by eating taco bell fire sauce packets and periodically starting the vehicle to stay warm. high prize for a college
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professor after a vital foe he toe showed nathan alexander teaching a class with one of his student's babies strapped to his chest. turns out the student couldn't find a sitter for his five month old daughter and he didn't want to myself the class, so he took her along. >> the professor offered to hold the infant so the student could take notes. he says that part of his role as educate are toor is to provide opportunities for students and he deflected the braise to tpra student who works two jobs and goes to school. and a check on cnn business. global stock markets are higher, hopes of a trade deal finally between the u.s. and china. there have been hints all weekend long. positivity extending to wall street where futures are up a bit. dow closed up 110 friday, s&p and nasdaq both up close to 1%. the ten year anniversary of the bull market is coming this
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month. in mrnlg it wi remember when the economy was in the midst of the great recessi recession. now thanks to a surge of corporate profits, dow and s&p are up 300% since they hit bottom on march 6, 2009. gymboree has found a buyer. the children's place and gap have agreed to purchase most evof what is left. gap paying $35 million for the online business and leases to jane and jack stores. in january gym were reoboree fi bankruptcy for the second time. neither returned a request for comment on sunday. a new tesla is set to debut in less than two week. elon musk tweeted that model y unveil event march 14 at l.a. design studio.
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he added it is about 10% bigger than the model 3, so it will cost about 10% more and have slightly less range for the same battery. this comes after tesla announced that customers can now order the cheaper model 3 for $35,000. "early start" 2icontinues wh senate republicans standing up to president trump. completely destroyed homes. basically just slabs left. >> breaking overnight, nearly two dozen killed in an outbreak of tornadoes in alabama. the senate has the votes to block the president's national emergency declaration. but is it enough to override a promised vee he toe. it is very clear it is obstruction of justice. >> house democrats requesting documents from more than 60 people including the president's son and financial gatekeeper
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from the trump family business. and a decade after michael jackson's death, new and disturbing firsthand stories of sexual abuse and the coverup. a stunning doumgt documentary last night on hbo. good morning. welcome to "early start." >> good morning, everyone. breaking overnight, the death toll in alabama now at 23 after a series of tornados ripped across alabama and georgia. at least 12 of the deaths occurred in one area. open light came open light came, alabama. here is the fire chief. >> homes are completely gone. family members are still missing. we're searching. we are asking people to stay out of the area. >> the sheriff says it looks like someone took a blade and just scraped the ground.

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